The Internship Program will primarily focus on the following:
• Research, analyze and write findings related to institutional investors’ topics, issues and developments
• Support for the Program Director
• Assist in projects as necessary
• Knowledge of institutional investing including the following:
o Asset types/classes
o Investment management
o Retirement plans
• Ability to pull ideas from a range of sources, including one-on-one interviews, external meetings, reading as well as web-based research, to absorb large quantities of information and break that information down into themes and/or concepts for application for the benefit of an institutional investor audience.
• Understanding of the evolving tenets of international finance together with political-economic risk factors and the ability to conceptualize and communicate key trends in a programmatic framework for an institutional investor audience.
• Knowledge of and interest in international issues, investment and finance; ability to identify and understand investment issues with relevance to long-term investors and pension funds, endowments and sovereign funds.
• Analytical skills with an emphasis on resourcefulness, thoroughness and accuracy in the actual research process
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Investment or Economics
• MBA student
• Students working toward their certification in Chartered Financial Analyst or Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst
This is a temporary part-time non-benefitted hourly position. The program intern will be paid a minimum of ten hours per week. Hourly rate is between $15 - $25 per hour, commensurate with education and experience. Working hours will be flexible.
Please send cover letter and resume to Sabina Gotuaco, Director of Finance & Human Resources, at email@example.com and include the names of two references who can be contacted prior to an interview and two writing samples.
February 15, 2015